Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Advanced Ultrasonic Cleaning Tanks, Generators

Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, introduces its PROHT ultrasonic cleaning tanks powered by new “2K Platform” Neptune, sweepSONIC, and multiSONIC ultrasonic generators.

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Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, introduces its PROHT ultrasonic cleaning tanks powered by new “2K Platform” Neptune, sweepSONIC, and multiSONIC ultrasonic generators.

PROHT ultrasonic cleaning tanks and housings are constructed of stainless steel with a Duplex Stainless transducer radiating surface said to significantly extend transducer life. The tanks are available in sizes ranging from 12" by 6" through 36" by 24" in a variety of single and multiple frequency configurations to meet any ultrasonic cleaning need.

According to the company, the tanks are ideal for laboratory as well as entry-level through small scale production cleaning. The compact design fits easily on a work bench or can be installed as a bench top drop-in. Standard features include a digital ultrasonic timer and temperature and ultrasonic power control.

PROHT tanks are powered by Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics “2K Platform” ultrasonic generators that provide up to 2,000 watts of ultrasonic power.

System upgrades for PROHT systems include cove-corner tanks, ground and polished welds and overflow weirs. Water jackets, cooling coils and condensing collars are also available. PROHT systems are intended for use with most non-flammable liquids excluding strong acids and chlorine bleach. Optional tank materials can be provided for demanding applications.  All systems can be configured and certified for use with Navy Oxygen Cleaner (NOC).

For more information, visit ctgclean.com/proht-series

 

 

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